SF interior design firm changes name

San Francisco-based Babey Moulton Jue & Booth, an interior design firm, is beginning its 17th year in business by changing its name to BAMO and launched a new logo and web site.

The firm, launched in 1991, now has 65 employees, including six principals, working in 12 countries. BAMO has been its nickname for some time.

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